Originally Posted by sarjasy
Your post does not refute my logic, only the example I gave. I have no idea what the ENT's workup was - I only know that he treated a patient for HTN. The point is, assuming an equivalent workup for the sake of conversation, does the ENT deserve less than an FP physcian, more, or the same?
It doesn't refute your point, it makes your question invalid. I bet there's not 1 ENT in 5,000 who would approach primary care issues in the same comprehensive way that I do.
That said, if all the ENT did was address the hypertension then no, he shouldn't get paid what I would.